Assignment: Divide Your Paper Into Three Distinct Parts As Follows:In several areas of the book, it quotes Hans Morgenthau as saying, “All states are either preparing for, recovering from, or engaged in war.” As such, respond to the following:1. Pick a theory or level of analysis that you believe most completely represents the causes for conflict and war between nation-states. It does not have to be one of the examples used above and can be any of the theories/levels of analysis discussed in the textbook. Discuss the characteristics and reasoning behind this theory.2. Apply your chosen theory or level of analysis to any war or conflict of the last 50 years in which the United States was directly involved. Explain:a. Why your theory is applicable to this conflict or war.b. What were the root causes of this conflict/war? Use causes of war from the textbook to guide you and support your conclusions with empirical evidence.c. Did this conflict or war result in transplanting a democratic form of government to the area? If so, has it sustained peace for this nation-state? Explain and provide examples. If it did not transplant democracy, has this nation-state been in conflict or war since? What were the causes and outcomes? Does this still fit your theory or level of analysis? Why?3. You are tasked with advising the President of the United States on policy changes toour foreign policy and defense strategies that seek to minimize conflict or war in thiscentury while still protecting our interests and way of life. You are to advise thepresident on the design of a new policy or modification of the existing policy toaddress the issues raised in the textbook regarding:a. International Security – how do we protect our interests at home andabroad under this new policy you are proposing to the president in a mannerthat minimizes the chances of conflict or war? Or is war inevitable? Why?b. Economic Security – how does this new policy you are proposing protect oureconomic interests at home and abroad and minimize our chances of conflictor war over limited global resources?c. Human Security – how does this policy protect not only America andAmerican citizens, but still uphold our values and morals as a nation? If youlook at the chart on Page 315 of the textbook, genocide and human rightsviolations are an on-going occurrence. Can the U.S. maintain neutrality withregards to human rights and still claim our ideals and moral high-ground as anation and as a people? If so, how? If not, how can the U.S. “police” theentire world to prevent human rights violations?Your paper can be evenly divided between these three topics or it can be more heavilyfocused on one or more of these three topics, as long all three are adequately discussed,analyzed, and defended with empirical evidence. Use of outside sources is not onlyencouraged, but advised. This assignment can be completed using only the textbook, butthe more sources you provide to defend your thesis and level of analysis, the morecredibility your work takes on. You are encouraged to incorporate as many of thetheories and concepts discussed in the book as are applicable to your paper.This is a large assignment and worth a considerable amount of points, thus it is advised thatyou begin your research and formulating your papers early within the course. Instructorguidance is always available.